Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. v. Philadelphia County BOE
Trump campaign sued to stop the vote counting in Philadelphia County, claiming its observers were not permitted to watch. At a court hearing, Trump's attorneys admitted GOP observers were, in fact, present at the vote count. The judge rejected the demand to stop the vote count. Trump's attorney, Jerome Marcus, waited until after the electoral college vote was finalized and there were no more hours left to be billed before trying to claim the moral high ground by seeking to withdraw as Trump's counsel. Trump voluntarily dropped his case with prejudice the following day.